posted on Nov, 3 2013 @ 04:18 PM
The crash report is now on the internet:
The report is written so badly that you wish Shadowhawk was on the investigation team just to keep the facts straight.
On the third page of the pdf, the crash is said to be located 53 nm (nautical miles) east of Alamo.
On pdf page four, the mission parameters keep it VFR (visual flight rules) and over the range. Of course, that conflicts with the statement on page
three, since that location is well off the range, practically in Utah.
On PDF page 5, the crash coordinates appear to be n37 38 12 w116 10 40. The scan is poor quality, so that is my guess as to the coordinates. However,
that is well within the NTTR.
The F117 website lists the crash as 60 miles (presumed statute) east of Alamo, again off range.
83-0815 crash on the F117 website
Google Earth doesn't show much at n37 38 12 w116 10 40. Some land is slightly lighter north of that location, but not really odd. If the crash was
53NM east of Alamo, that would put it more like W114, not W116.
I took this line out of the F117 website: " It is possible that Stewart was going supersonic when he crashed..." The F-117A is subsonic. Maybe in a
dive it might go supersonic, but not likely.
edit on 3-11-2013 by gariac because: (no reason given)